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Woodland’s Planters Days celebration made a triumphant return to an in-person format over the weekend, bringing most of the annual festival’s staples back to the city for its centennial … more
The Historic Yacolt Community Church has been a mainstay for the town since it was built in 1903.  Caretaker Julia Heldman has worked to preserve the church since 2005.   Heldman … more
The Battle Ground High School Class of 2022 celebrated the end of their high school careers in a downpour during the school’s graduation ceremony on June 10 at the district’s football … more
Volunteers spent months crafting the Battle Ground Rose Float, which was included in the Grand Floral Parade in Portland on June 11. Volunteer Barbara Rowe was excited to unveil the … more
A former north Clark County dairy farm will finally make a transition from producing milk to minting college graduates, as officials broke ground on Clark College at Boschma Farms on June 1. At an … more
Private First Class Andrew Jon Shields was remembered in a Never to be Forgotten ceremony on May 31 at Kiwanis Park in Battle Ground, 14 years after he was killed in action near Jalalabad City, … more
The Hockinson Fun Days kicked off without a hitch from June 3 to June 5 for the first time since 2019. Despite a sporadic downpour, the well-known Fun Days parade went smoothly as it featured local … more
Nathan Pascu was compelled to start his own business so he could enjoy the outdoors while the weather is nice. The 13-year-old mows lawns in the Battle Ground area with his business Nathan’s … more
Woodland will soon be home to a new RV Inn Style Resort after a ribbon-cutting event was held on May 25 to celebrate the opening of the business. Co-owners Mike and Denise Werner were accompanied … more
Ridgefield is now home to a new dog boarding business, which opened on May 9. Camp Bow Wow is owned by Dan and Jamie Campbell. It’s part of a dog boarding brand that has locations across … more
Battle Ground sisters Norah and Claire Garlington recently adopted wild mustang horses as part of a four-month training program hosted by Teens and Oregon Mustangs. The goal of the program is to … more
Student musicians once again descended onto the streets of Hazel Dell on Saturday during the return of the annual Parade of Bands, which was postponed for two years due to the COVID-19 … more
A small SUV carrying 10 teenagers from Prairie High School spun off the road, rolled multiple times and came to a rest on the shore of Salmon Creek on Thursday, May 19. The vehicle came to a rest … more
The Woodland Police Department’s newest employee spends a good amount of time sleeping on the job, but that’s to be expected of an 11-week-old … more
A variety of vendors sold their wares as Battle Ground kicked off its first farmers market of the year at the Battle Ground Community Center on May 12. The event was coordinated by Mike Stewart, … more
Ridgefield American Legion Post 44 member William “Lucky” Mullins celebrated his 103rd birthday on May 4, surrounded by his family and members of the post at a retirement home in … more
Katie Murdock is the owner of Blue Orchid, a boutique store in Woodland, that opened in November of last year. Murdock sells boutique items from local vendors in the Clark County area. Blue Orchid … more
A $62.6 million bond measure to build a new elementary school in the Ridgefield School District doesn’t have the supermajority of votes needed to pass after the majority of votes have been … more
At ilani, a shining blue tower is rising from the ground into the sky. When complete, the nearly 300-room luxury hotel will be the latest expansion of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s most … more
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